Law are different per state and countries. (see Canada at bottom)
PLUS, different stores and different police officers handle a case like this differently. Basically the police can "charge" you on a complaint from, for whatever a store employee is willing to sign.
When a person is caught, they have them "red handed", but even video tapes normally don't have the "complete crimes" on them, just parts of it. So, they would try to get you to admit to it somehow, if they tell you they have you on tape other days stealing, and you say "Yes Sorry Can I get charged with them too?" Your confession would make their case solid. And they would be able to charge you for multiple cases with different dates and amounts, OR they could just make it one charge with the total dollar amount.
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I would say, when you were arrested, the cop did the crime report and/or complaint form, and turned it in for your conviction. Then the store at a later date, called the cop back, and said they found you on tape earlier doing the same thing.
I would think the cop would maybe give the store a choice of :
"to sign another separate charge" OR "just forget about it, you already got him, your not going to recover the items, and he is already not allowed back in the store again, and if the tape doesn't have the complete crime and he doesn't admit to it, it would be worthless anyways.
YES. But the usual method is to lay a theft charge for the current episode, and upon conviction, ask the court for a order to ban you from that store for a period of years, and if you enter the store again, they will lay charges for the previous events. You need to get it thru your head that this is STEALING and it will get you jail time and a life long criminal record, too.
If you were caught on video or observed stealing and then identified at a later time you can be charged with theft. Best Bet: Don't Steal
If it is the juveniles first criminal offense, you will likely have to go to juvenile court. That is if the place where you shoplifted from proceeds with the charges. From there the judge will look at your previous record.Depending on that, you may be placed on juvenile probation.Or if you have a more serious background the penalties will be more severe.Good luck to you.
That will depend on where you are, in terms of what the laws are in your area, and things like how much was stolen and if someone has a previous record of shoplifting.
Depnding on the cost of the item(s) you stole, shoplifting is usually a Petit Larceny offense. If you have no previous record and appear remoreseful enough you may get probation and/or community service.
Depends on the state and the retailer this was stolen from and their policies with regard to theft.
You'll be in bigger trouble due to the fact that you've already have been in trouble with the law.
That would be a misdemeanor. You will probably have a fine and maybe some jail time under 1 year. Probably not though
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The penalty depends upon several factors, a few are, the state law pertaining to the crime committed, whether or not the juvenile has previous convictions or problems with authorities and if the state has a statute that allows a juvenile to be prosecuted as an adult.
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